70 Different Email Sign-offs (for When You’re Sick of Saying “Best”)

Sick of your tried and true email sign-off? This list has plenty of options you can use to switch things up every now and then.

The 2 Key Questions Your Email Better Answer in 30 Seconds (If You Want a Useful Reply)

You send emails at work, because you want a reply that'll help you do your job better. To get the right response, make sure your email answers two questions.

The Secret to Convincing People to Respond to Your Emails Isn’t What You Think

Using lots of exclamation points and asking questions in your emails doesn't make you look incompetent—it's actually an easy way to build trust with your peers.

How You Respond to Emails Matters More Than You Think

Results from a new study will challenge what you think you know about email.

How to Send Emails No One Wants to Read (Let Alone Respond To)

This is a funny look at how annoying your co-workers' email habits can be—from sending long, pointless emails to sending them all at 2 AM.

4 Things to Try When Your Emails Are Getting No Response (Because You’ve Got Nothing to Lose)

Getting radio silence to your emails? Try these four tactics, and you just might convince someone to respond.

This Is Insane: You Spend 1/3 of Your Time in the Office Checking Email

When you're on email all day long, it can be hard to get anything important done. You can cut down the number of hours of email you do each day with these tips.

7 Email Templates That’ll Help You Say “No” (Without Having to Overthink It)

Do you struggle with saying "no" at work even when you don't have the time to say "yes?" These eight email templates will make it easy to say "no" politely.

4 Email Subject Lines You Should Stop Using (Because You’re Annoying People)

These four email subject lines are cringe-worthy. Luckily, we have better solutions for you.

The Best Way to Nice-ify Mean Emails That You Have to Send

Sometimes, you have to write harsh emails, because it doesn't make sense to schedule a call or meeting. Here's how to do it so you don't offend the recipient.